Black voters 'key' in Michigan Dems' member-on-member primary as race narrows

Black voters ‘key’ in Michigan Dems’ member-on-member primary as race narrows


Ten days ago, Rep. Haley Stevens held a 27 percentage point lead over opponent Rep. Andy Levin in the Democratic primary to represent Michigan’s newly drawn deep-blue 11th Congressional District.

In the poll conducted by Target Insyght from July 18-20, Stevens led Levin 58% to 31% among likely Democratic primary voters. But the ground has shifted in the race’s final days, with Levin narrowing the gap considerably, according to Ed Sarpolus, founder and executive director of the firm behind the poll.

“The race is much tighter,” Sarpolus told the Washington Examiner. “She’s leading — but not by much.”

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Sarpolus, whose firm has published some of the only public

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